Looking for Physics worksheets?
Check out our pre-made Physics worksheets!
 Tweet

##### Browse Questions

You can create printable tests and worksheets from these Grade 7 Physics questions! Select one or more questions using the checkboxes above each question. Then click the add selected questions to a test button before moving to another page.

Previous Next
When an unbalanced force acts on an object, the force                                         .
1. changes the motion of the object
2. is cancelled by another force
3. does not change the motion of the object
4. is equal to the weight of the object
Which of the following best explains the scenario below?

On a summer morning, John walks barefoot across his paved driveway with no problem. However, later that afternoon he steps barefoot onto the same driveway and must quickly run off because the bottoms of his feet feel like they are burning.
1. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved slower and the thermal energy increased.
2. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved slower and the thermal energy decreased.
3. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved faster and the thermal energy increased.
4. As the temperature increased during the day, the particles in the pavement moved faster and the thermal energy decreased.
Speed tells how fast an object travels. Velocity is the speed of the object and                                              .
1. the amount of time the object has been moving
2. the direction the object is moving
3. how far the object has traveled
4. the starting point of the object
Thermal energy can be transferred by
1. conduction only
2. convection only
The best definition of force is                             .
1. a push or pull
2. stored energy
3. energy in motion
4. anything that takes up space
A material through which thermal energy flows easily is called a                    .
1. thermal contraction
2. temperature
3. thermal conductor
4. convection current